Definition of roll up in English:

roll up

1 informal Arrive: we rolled up at the same time
More example sentences
  • The bus rolls up to the porticoed entrance, literally bypassing the parking and traffic problems that the foundation's neighbors have been suing about.
  • One afternoon, while writing their names in wet cement, a car rolls up beside them and a man, claiming to be a cop, steps out.
  • With perfect timing, friendly Mick Taylor rolls up in his truck to save the day - except that the three young tourists are about to be led on a horrific journey into outback Australia's wildest heart of darkness.
Synonyms
1.1 [in imperative] Used to encourage passers-by to look at or participate in something, typically at a fairground: roll up, roll up, for all the fun of the fair
More example sentences
  • Rather, we are bidden, in the prologue, to roll up and be entertained, to ‘come to the cabaret’, or, more properly, the circus, with its acrobatic performances, and its parade of exotic animals.
  • Roll up, roll up: the circus is coming to town.
  • Roll up, roll up and see the freak show.
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